ATCQ @ H2O Music Festival Los Angeles, CA

11 Jul, 2013 2 comments

A TRIBE CALLED QUEST, ROBERTO TAPIA, NE-YO, PRINCE ROYCE, LA SANTA CECILIA & FRANKIE J ANNOUNCED AS INITIAL LINE-UP FOR UNIVISION’S 2013 H2O MUSIC FESTIVAL

 

 

Festival to take place on August 17 at the Los Angeles State Historic Park

LOS ANGELES – MAY 28, 2013 – Univision Communications Inc., the leading media company serving Hispanic America, today announced details for the 2013 H2O Music Festival. The festival will take place on Saturday, August 17 at the Los Angeles State Historic Park. General admission and VIP tickets are on sale now.

“This year’s H2O Music Festival lineup truly acknowledges our audience’s vast array of musical tastes,” said Evan Harrison, executive vice president of Content & Entertainment, Univision Radio. “From Regional Mexican to R&B & Pop — from Hip Hop innovators to emerging pop stars, August 17 will solidify our music series as a unique and one-of-a-kind event for Hispanic America.”

A TRIBE CALLED QUEST will serve as co-headliners of the H2O Music Festival and confirmed artists include ROBERTO TAPIA, NE-YO, PRINCE ROYCE, LA SANTA CECILIA andFRANKIE J. The second co-headliner as well as additional artists will be announced in the coming weeks.

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2 Responses to “ATCQ @ H2O Music Festival Los Angeles, CA”

  1. Michelle Choug says:

    Hey guys,

    It was surreal seeing y’all at H20. Y’all killed it playing every song I wanted to hear and doing it with so much energy! I was smiling and dancing and rapping every word (lost my voice afterward). I bought tickets specifically for you. But just wondering … what made you want to perform in this festival? The rest of the festival was pretty horrible (esp. the act right before you guys – Chuckie did NOTHING original and the bass literally hurt my body).

    I think the people kinda reflected this too, so I’ll apologize for all the people just standing around looking bored and tired. LA crowds sometimes suck (I’m from Pennsylvania) and they act like they are not into it. Seeing people stand around made me want to go harder. I got so pissed seeing some people just leaning over the fence in the front row – I would have gone nuts if I were up there! Anyway, I hope you guys were lying saying that was your last show. Q tip with your crazy energy, Phife with the sick rhymes and Muhammad always holding down the fort (you must be Buddhist or something – looking so calm, wise and happy all the time) – you guys changed my life with your inspirational words and swagger. Please teach these young and upcoming artist how to do it – I am so un-inspired by today’s rap – something’s gotta change. Ok time to stop my rant, I love you guys keep rockin and I’ll always support. Thanks for making my dream come true – seeing y’all giving it your all on stage was SICKKKKKK!

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